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GamesRadar - Antichamber review

GamesRadar - After a few minutes inside the white hallways of Antichamber, you’ll realize your surroundings are not what they seem. Floors will disintegrate, staircases will rise and fall without end, and what you know about how things work will go out the window. Its visual style may make it look almost too simple, but underneath that stark veneer is a challenging first-person puzzler filled with subtle complexity. You won’t always know what you need to be doing, but that feeling of uncertainty coupled with a drive toward discovery is what makes Antichamber such a unique journey. (Antichamber, PC) 4/5

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